Boxing has taken a hit since Floyd Mayweather Jr. last stepped into the ring, but the sport is headed in the right direction. Here’s a look at the 10 best pound-for-pound boxers heading into 2017.
It wasn’t all bad for boxing fans in 2016. Five fights stood out, and three are headed for rematches in 2017. Here’s the list of the top five best fights of 2016.
A woman sued by Floyd Mayweather Sr., the father of the champion boxer, is hoping to clear her name, since Mayweather has dropped his suit.
Bermane Stiverne will get an opportunity for a rematch against Deontay Wilder if he defeats Alexander Povetkin for the interim heavyweight title Saturday in Russia.
World boxing champion Terence “Bud” Crawford was sentenced to 90 days in jail Thursday along with two years’ probation for two misdemeanors in connection with an April disturbance at an Omaha body shop.
Bernard Hopkins fought the biggest names in his 12 Las Vegas fights. The legendary boxer is ready to hang up the gloves at age 51 and will face Joe Smith Jr. on Saturday.
Rival cable networks HBO and Showtime will have dueling cards on Saturday. Here’s a breakdown of all the fights.
Boxing’s only four-time world heavyweight champion, dubbed “The Real Deal,” now has a new moniker — Hall of Famer.
Mikey Garcia, who many view as a top 10 pound-for-pound fighter, will enter the MGM Grand ring on Jan. 28 as a free agent when he meets WBC lightweight champion Dejan Zlaticanin.
Featherweight champion Carl Frampton was in Los Angeles Thursday to promote his rematch with Leo Santa Cruz on Jan. 28 at the MGM Grand, but everyone is talking about what the other Irishman did in California.